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This is a collection of my poetry that I started a few years back. It describes my thoughts and feelings of being a stay-at-home mom. I am a thirty-seven-year-old .
Table of contents
- Stay at home moms and self esteem: The issues
- Reader Interactions
- “I realized that being a stay-at-home mom was not all I had pictured.”
- 6 Ways to Take Control of Your Day as a Stay-at-Home Mom - The Simply Organized Home
- Why I Don't Regret Quitting My Job and Becoming a Stay-at-Home Mom
When we moved, they agreed to let me work from home. I also live in the country. I have realized in the year and a half of this that I was not cut out for this — homeschooling in the morning, working in the afternoon…I am learning more and more each day that I am starting to go stir crazy! My daughter has friends and keeps active, but not me. Trying to figure it all out :. Great article! Thank for your comment, Jill!
Stay at home moms and self esteem: The issues
Just our way of saying we want to live in town! Best of luck as you work on changing up your routine! I really appreciate your honesty here. Yet, why is it so taboo to state that fact?
I hope others will follow your example. I love working from home, but yes, it can be isolating. Before I started working on campus this year, I tried to make it to campus once a month. It was such a treat! I love your perspective as a mom of school-age kids! I can imagine it would be hard not to get wrapped up in their troubles. I found staying home hard at the beginning, too. We try to go it alone in the U. This is so true.
“I realized that being a stay-at-home mom was not all I had pictured.”
I am lucky enough to have family nearby. My mom comes over a couple times a week so I can run errands alone or whatever. And we never have to hire a babysitter. Thanks for posting! I love this honest look at motherhood. I also felt the same way. None of my friends had kids when I had my son, and it was isolating. I am also able to work from home, and it provides me the balance that I need. I also like that you hit on the topic of finances. However, I come from a big family, so I have many clear memories of what it was like to have babies in the house as a kid.
I wonder, could it be that some of these mothers come from small families? Which makes me wonder: is there a potential solution to this? Working 50 hours a week with a baby and staying home with one. Working was exhausting we were always in chaos and fights over whose turn it was to get up with her happened all the time. Staying home is just as hard. We live far away from family and friends are scattered all over. Most of them work, anyway. Having a part time job, volunteering, or having hobbies can make it a lot better.
6 Ways to Take Control of Your Day as a Stay-at-Home Mom - The Simply Organized Home
Just because you have kids you should not give up everything that makes you, you. Obviously everyone has a different situation and solution. There are good days and bad days in life, including staying at home and also at a paying job.
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Appreciate those good days! I was given an opportunity 18 months ago to start a part time job, and the timing and situation were perfect for my family and me. Well, as perfect as it can be, which is to say there are still days where juggling stuff does my head in. I will just say this about being a SAHM…they are only little once.
Why I Don't Regret Quitting My Job and Becoming a Stay-at-Home Mom
Enjoy that time, even when it stinks literally and figuratively. If you can work it out to stay home even for part if that time, do it. Jobs come and go. Validation should come from inside yourself, not from a paycheck. I have to get to work! I really, really love this series, Anne. There are so many ways to live a life. Thank you. I really, really love this comment! Katie, good for you for doing what works for you and our family! And kudos to your employer for working with you on that. I thank you for your honesty and I am so in tune with everything you have written.
I have been a stay at home mom for almost twelve years now. The first years with my first born was exciting and new. I was so happy to be away from the corporate setting that I had been in for almost 20 years.
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I began a hobby of jewelry making here at home. I was well entertained with both my child and my hobby. When my 2nd child came along, the sweetness became a bit bitter. The baby is awake, and my oldest son and husband eat.
I feed the baby. Supper is over.
I change the baby and put him in his swing. No time for me to eat, I still need to pump. I pump while my husband cleans up from supper and bathes our oldest son. Pumping is done! I pick up toys, wash out bottles and settle in with my husband to read the toddler a bedtime story. Baby is awake and crying so I feed him while we read. This is just a tiny snapshot of what I do every day as a stay-at-home mom.
I led an after-school program in my childhood inner city neighborhood that was recognized for its success in shaping and changing the lives of many people. I had gotten out, only to return and help better my community. I loved working with children, loved helping them recognize their potential and watching them achieve it for themselves.
Few experiences have given me more joy than seeing the children I worked with grow from learning to read for the first time, to graduating high school, entering college and becoming successful adults. To say this was a career is to understate things. My day did not end when the after-school program ended. Teenagers would come over to my house afterward for dinner, to bake treats, to do homework or just because they were bored.